Thirty years of American glass
Lecture was followed by a demonstration given at the Studio Access to Glass at The Corning Museum of Glass, by Fritz Dreisbach as he demonstrates techniques used in creating the 1993 Rakow Commission.
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Fritz Dreisbach lectures on thirty years of the studio glass movement, his career and that of other artists working at the same time, especially in the 1962-1975 period. Interesting for the early history of this movement, Pilchuck's establishment, and the growth of the Glass Art Society. Dreisbach was the recipient of the Rakow Commission, awarded by the Corning Museum of Glass in 1993.
Fritz Dreisbach, glass artist.
Closing remarks by Frank Starr.